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Level C Unit 15 Choosing the Right Word Answers
My uncle who was a West Point graduate (embodied, garnished) all the qualities suggested by the phrase “an officer and a gentleman.”
What a relief to turn from those (pallid, negligent) little tales to the lively, vigorous, earthy stories of Mark Twain
Because decent people would have nothing to do with him, he soon began to associate with the (dregs, fiasco) or humanity.
“The heroism of these brave men and women speaks for itself and need no (oblivion, garnishing),” said the senator.
Underneath the (veneer, oblivion) of her polished manners, we recognized the down-to-earth young woman we had known in earlier years.
If our leadership is timid and (mercenary, inert), we will never be able to solve the great problems that face us.
As he undertook that big job without any sound preparation, all of his ambitious plans ended in a resounding (stricture, fiasco).
Isn’t it tragic that the religious groups fighting each other are separated by a(n) (parable, abyss) of misunderstanding?
After his crushing defeat in the election, the candidate returned to his hometown and disappeared into (heritage, oblivion).
I spent months planning the fundraiser, but it turned out to a (garnish, fiasco): the guest speaker cancelled at last minute, and the band was two hours late.
Experience teaches us that many of the things that seemed so (crucial, inert) when we were young are really of no ultimate importance.
When the court found that the car company had been (negligent, rational)—selling cars with substandard brakes-it was ordered to pay millions in fines.
There are times when it is good to let your imagination run free, instead of trying to be strictly (rational, crucial).
Marion turned (opus, pallid) when she received the news that her grandfather had suffered a stroke.
A descendant of one of the Founding Fathers of this country, she strove all her life to live up to her distinguished (abyss, heritage).
If you are (reciprocal, negligent) about small sums of money! You may find that you will never have any large sums to worry about.
Using the (dregs, veneer) in the teacup, the fortune teller gave the young woman a reading about her happiness.
The plane of the two schools to exchange members of their faculties proved to be of (rational, reciprocal) advantage.
Any significant (dregs, stricture) of the passages leading to the heart will hinder the normal flow of blood to that organ and cause cardiac arrest.
It’s hard for people to admit that some of the misfortunes that (befall, garnish) them are really their own fault.
In this early novel by Dickens, we have an (abyss, opus) that gives us a wonderful picture of life in the nineteenth-century England.
Such familiar stories as “Little Red Riding Hood” are really (parables, veneers) that tell a child something about the conditions of human life.
Once the war had been won, the victors laid aside thei pr high-minded ideals and became involved in a (mercenary, pallid) squabble over the spoils.
Her constant chattering while I’m trying to do my vocabulary exercises (exasperate, embodies) me more than I can say.
The ancient treasure lies at the bottom of an (abyss, oblivion) in the Pacific Ocean.
Level C Unit 15 Completing The Sentence Answers
Would you like your new desk finished with a _____________ of walnut, maple or mahogany?
Without pretending that he cared about the public welfare, he told us frankly that his interest in the project was purely __________.
To our dismay, the running back didn’t get to his feet after being tackled but instead lay ______ on the field.
The brief code of laws known as the Ten Commandments _______ basic moral values.
A number of famous Roman emperors were clearly madmen for whose actions no ______ explanation can possibly be devised.
Winston Churchill warned the English people that if they gave in to the Nazis, they would “sink into the ______” of a new Dark Age.”
Astrologers claim that they can discover what will _____ a person by studying the movements of various heavenly bodies.
Nothing _______ me more than neighbors who play loud music outdoors late at night.
She was a famous writer in her own day, but her novels and stories have now passed into _____.
Many composers don’t publish their works in the order in which they are written, so the number given to a particular ____ might not tell much about the date of its composition.
The old adage “I’ll scratch your back if you’ll scratch mine” aptly describes the kind of _____ arrangement he has in mind.
During her confinement in a prisoner-of-war camp, she drained the cup of human suffering to the _____.
In this third century of our nation’s history, let us continue to safeguard our_____ of freedom.
Of course she didn’t look well after her stay in the hospital, but a few days at the beach took care of that ____ complexion.
The ancient story of the Prodigal Son is a _____ that helps people understand problems and situations of present-day life.
In no time at all, poor management turned what should have been a surefire success into a costly _____.
The judge imposed a heavy fine on the ____ landlord who had failed to provide heat during the cold weather.
My mother doesn’t think that a plate of food is ready to serve unless she has ____ it with a sprig of parsley or a slice of tomato.
In high school, you will make many decisions ____ to your future, but determining what to wear to the prom is not one of them.
The administration intends to propose legislation to cut back on customs duties and relax other ____ on foreign trade.
Level C Unit 15 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
a moral tale or fable,allegory
a bottomless pit,chasm
Level C Unit 15 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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